Lásku chápe a vidí každý po svo­jom a nie len to, každý ju aj inak pre­ja­vuje. Nie­kto lásku k dru­hému člo­veku pre­ja­vuje veľ­kými ges­tami či vy­zna­niami, no tá sku­točná láska sa dá pre­ja­viť aj úpl­nými ma­lič­kos­ťami akými sú na­prí­klad pre­je­de­nie sa ve­čer pred tel­kou, spo­ločné ti­ché mo­menty či men­šie „ne­chut­nosti“, me­dzi ktoré patrí vy­tlá­ča­nie vy­rá­žok.

Umel­kyňa Amanda Ole­an­der vidí sku­točnú lásku presne ta­ký­mito ma­lič­kos­ťami a svoj po­hľad na ňu sa sna­žila za­chy­tiť vo svo­jich na­ozaj zla­tých ilus­trá­ciách. In­špi­ro­vala sa svo­jím vlast­ným vzťa­hom. So svo­jim par­tne­rom tvo­ria pár viac než dva roky a aj po toľ­kom čase ho opi­suje ako naj­mil­šieho a naj­zá­bav­nej­šieho muža na svete.

Au­torku veľmi zau­jíma to, ako sa pár správa za „za­tvo­re­nými dve­rami“. Pre­javy lásky, ktoré ni­kto ne­vidí, mo­menty, ktoré ne­môžu byť zdo­ku­men­to­vané fo­to­gra­fiami ju ovplyv­nilo na­toľko, že sa roz­hodla ich ilus­tro­vať. Náj­deš v nich seba a svojho par­tnera?

 

Dra­wing 7/100 of the dra­wing a day for 100 days chal­lenge. Be­fore you keep re­a­ding, stop and com­ment your in­ter­pre­ta­tion for this one! Then come back and read my mine . . . . . . . . . . This piece is about those ma­ni­pu­la­tive, sne­aky pe­ople we so­me­ti­mes let into our bu­si­ness, li­ves, ho­mes or even have re­la­ti­ons­hips with them. If any­body is ma­king you feel gu­ilty or in­flu­en­cing you into do­ing so­met­hing that you are he­si­tant about, lis­ten to your gut and not them. If the pe­ople that love you the most are not a big fan of this per­son that’s pro­bably for a good re­a­son. Some pe­ople are le­e­ches and they don’t even mean to be that’s just how they are. Be ca­re­ful. ✋🏻 . . . 📱Link in bio for prints and ori­gi­nals 📬

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Dra­wing 97/100 of the dra­wing a day for 100 days chal­lenge. I ab­so­lu­tely love re­a­ding your in­ter­pre­ta­ti­ons for the last dra­wing, the way each of your minds see a piece of art is just great! So be­fore you keep re­a­ding what this piece me­ans to me le­ave me your thoughts and in­ter­pre­ta­ti­ons in the com­ments! P.s the time lapse is in the Ins­ta­gram Story. . . . . . . . . . I am an open book. This is ins­pi­red by get­ting to know so­me­one and be­ing com­ple­tely vul­ne­rable and ope­ning your life to them com­ple­tely, let­ting them into every cor­ner of your­self and what you have expe­rien­ced un­til you­'ve met them.

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Dra­wing 76/100 of the dra­wing a day for 100 days chal­lenge. This is when he/she fi­nally lets you get that black­head out! // The pain­ting on the wall is a dra­wing of an ori­gi­nal pain­ting I made of @afas­hi­on­nerd. If you want to see the pro­cess and us han­ging out in my stu­dio check out the li­ves­tream on pe­ris­cope. Also, to­day I'll give you guys a tour of my at home art stu­dio on my Ins­ta­gram story! Thank you to all of you who share my art with the world, be­cause of you I'm able to do what I love for a li­ving❤️💕😭 — Happy Fri­day! Oh and one more thing! I'm ship­ping out your dra­wing or­ders from this week out to­day! 📬

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Dra­wing 56/100 of the dra­wing a day for 100 days chal­lenge. When you see a white hair and it re­minds you how old you­'re get­ting and all of the things you wan­ted to have ac­com­plis­hed by this age. So you get your par­tner to come help cut them out or you pull them out your­self be­cause.. who ne­eds that rude re­min­der? ✂️✂️✂️– So af­ter this post I've been get­ting mes­sa­ges about how I should be proud of what I have achie­ved at this age, and that I'm not that old..etc. I know I'm not that old, thir­ties are great years and I'm lo­oking for­ward to them. And I am re­ally happy about how far I am in my ca­reer, but as a wo­men who wants mul­tiple kids and wants to tour the world and pub­lish bo­oks and work an a ton of pro­jects it gets a little messy at this age since the ol­der I get the clo­ser I am to my in­ter­nal tic­king clock of ha­ving chil­dren. I'm not re­ady for them but I do want them in the fu­ture and be­fore them the­re's a lot I want to do, many pla­ces I want to go and things I want to ac­com­plish. My mom got mar­ried at 23 and had me at 24. She always gave me this piece of ad­vice: "Do what you love be­fore you have kids, tra­vel, spend alone time with your par­tner do­n't rush into it." I take that ad­vice to he­art and have fol­lo­wed it but I think it's nor­mal to feel that pre­ssure when I am re­min­ded of my age. ✨

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